Who is David Lambert?
David Lambert was born in Baton Rouge, in Louisiana USA, on 29 November 1993 – his zodiac sign is Sagittarius and he holds American nationality. He is an actor, who might be known best for his portrayal of Brandon Foster in the romantic drama series “The Fosters”, created by Bradley Bredeweg and Peter Paige, and which starred Teri Polo, Sherri Saum and Hayden Byerly – the story follows Callie Jacob who is adopted by two lesbians who have other foster children as well as biological. The series won seven awards, and was nominated for 32 others.
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Early life and education
David was raised alongside his brother and sister by their mother who is of Puerto Rican descent, and their father who was an American businessman; he died when David was 16.
David was homeschooled because he started acting at the age of two. while he appeared in his first theatre play, “The Wizard of Oz” when he was three. He went on to practice acting with his personal tutor, as well as in theatres – some of his following stage roles were in “The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe” in which he played Mr. Tumnus, “Seussical” in which he portrayed Mr. Mayor, and “Little Princess” in which he starred as Carisford.
His most notable performance in theatre plays remains his portrayal of Phao in “The Jungle Book”.
David’s family moved often, and he lived in Taiwan, England and Texas, before they settled in Georgia. He passed all his exams, matriculating in 2011, then chose not to enroll at a college but to pursue his acting career.
Roles in TV series
David made his debut TV series appearance in 2007 when he played Jalen in the episode “Paternity and Fraternity: Part 1” of the family comedy “House of Payne”, created by Tyler Perry and which starred LaVan Davis, Cassi Davis and Allen Payne; it follows several generations living in one house, and won 20 awards while nominated for 17 others.
In 2008, David played JJ in the episode “The Old and the Restless” of the mystery comedy series “Psych”, which starred James Roday Rodriguez, Dule Hill and Timothy Omundson, and won five awards while it was nominated for 31 others, including a Primetime Emmy.
The year 2010 saw him appear as Quan in the episode “Glenn’s Birthday” of the comedy “Sons of Tucson”, and he also got to portray his first lead role as Jason Landers, in the family action adventure series “Aaron Stone”, created by Bruce Kalish and which also starred Tania Gunadi and Kelly Blatz. The series is about Charlie Sanders who is 16 years old, and is the best player of the video game “Hero Rising” in the entire world. In 2012, David played Jason Lennox in the episode “Unfinished Business” of the action crime drama “Longmire”.
His latest appearance in a TV series has been in 2019, when he portrayed Brandon Foster in the episodes “Nochebuena”, “A Very Coterie Christmas” and “Re-Birthday”, of the romantic comedy “Good Trouble”, which has been airing since 2019 and has been nominated for four awards.
Roles in movies
David made his debut film appearance in 2008, when he was cast to play Teenage Bob in the drama film “Pretty/Handsome”, written and directed by Ryan Murphy, and which starred Joseph Fiennes, Carrie-Anne Moss and Blythe Danner – it follows a man with a wife and two children who opens up to his family about being transsexual.
In 2010, he portrayed Danny ‘Goose’ Gustavo in the romantic family sport film “Den Brother”, which gained mixed reviews, and two years later David played Steve in the family movie “A Smile as Big as the Moon”, which starred John Corbett, Jessy Schram and Logan Huffman, and is about a special-education teacher who is helping his students in every way he can, while also trying to make their dream of going to a space camp come true – it won two awards and was nominated for one other.
In 2013 David played Jason in the romantic drama “Lifeguard”, written and directed by Liz W. Garcia, and which starred Kristen Bell, Mamie Gummer and Martin Starr – it follows a reporter who quits her job in New York, and comes back home to Connecticut where she starts working as a lifeguard and dating a teenager – the film was nominated for two awards.
David has just recently been cast to play one of the lead characters in the upcoming horror film “Involuntary” written and directed by Hutch Dano, and which will also star Lindsey Shaw and Cortney Palm – it is set to be released on 5 January 2021.
Awards, nominations and other appearances
David appeared in the 2014 TV special “The 29th Annual Imagen Awards”, as well as in the 2015 TV special “Radio Disney Music Awards”.
In 2017, he appeared in a single episode of the news talk-show “Red Carpet Report”, while the following year saw him in an episode of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show”.
David has been nominated for an EDA Special Mention Award for Most Egregious Age Difference Between the Leading Man and the Love Interest, for his performance in “The Lifeguard” in 2013, while he has also been nominated for four Teen Choice Awards for Choice Summer TV Star: Male for “The Fosters”, each year from 2014 to 2017.
Love life and relationships
David and the American actress Meg DeLacy started dating not long after they met on the set of “The Fosters”, but kept the relationship a secret for months before attending a red carpet event together and holding hands on 1 December 2017.
The two have since remained together, and have uploaded numerous pictures featuring both of them onto their Instagram accounts – there are no controversies nor rumors surrounding the relationship.
Meg DeLacy was born on 9 July 1996 in Southern California USA and is probably known best for her roles in the series “Recovery Road”, “Zac and Mia” and “Stargirl” in which she has been portraying the lead character Cindy Burman since January 2020. Meg is also a singer who is running her own YouTube channel.
As of October 2020, David is dating Meg DeLacy, hasn’t married and doesn’t have children.
Hobbies and other interests
David has been interested in music since a very early age, and can today play the trumpet, the piano and the electric guitar – he is also a singer with a strong tenor voice.
He is a lover of animals who has a pet Shih Tzu dog called Jasper which can often be seen featured in his pictures on Instagram.
David is also interested in learning languages, and is fluent in both English and Spanish while he knows the basics of several other languages including French and German.
The camera itself was blinded by the beauty of this family reunion.
Don't miss the Good Trouble Holiday Special on Monday, December 16th at 9p/8c on @FreeformTV. pic.twitter.com/Acs3dYmNq9
— Good Trouble (@GoodTrouble) November 22, 2019
He is physically quite active as he has several training sessions at the gym each week, but can’t follow a diet as tasting various cuisines is one of his hobbies.
David has his own favorite actors some of whom are Jim Carrey, Johnny Depp and Brad Pitt, while a few of his favorite movies are the franchise “The Pirates of the Caribbean”, “Bruce Almighty”, and “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”.
Age and height
David’s age is 26. He has short brown hair and brown eyes, his height is 6ft (1.83m) and he weighs around 170lbs (76kgs).
As of October 2020, his net worth has been estimated at over $1 million.